A Press Release from Maui County states there will be low water pressure expected in Lahaina friday night due to overnight work:
Low Water Pressure Expected in Lahaina Friday Night Due to Overnight Work
LAHAINA, Maui, Hawaii- Due to work on the first phase of the Honoapiilani Highway Realignment Project in Lahaina, customers in Lahaina town may experience low water pressure between 10 p.m. Friday, May 22 and 5 a.m. Saturday, May 23, 2009. Customers are asked to conserve water during the work period, which involves the tie-in of a 16-inch water transmission line by contractors.
DWS customers are asked to call the 24-hour service line (270-7633) only if a water problem occurs."
Source: Press Release Maui County.
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